Book Review: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

Hey Guys! On this blog, I want to start posting more book reviews instead of just lists and tags. So to start it off, my first review is going to be on the only book I read in May which is Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte. ***There may be spoilers below***

I started this book on the 29th of May and finished it on the 4th of June. I started reading it as a physical book but towards the end I was alternating between physically reading and listening to it on audiobook. I use Scribd to listen to audiobooks and read ebooks. This is not sponsored but many people out there have discounted codes if you wish to get 60 days free instead of 30 days.

I gave this book a 4 out of 5 stars. This story covers a lot in under 300 pages and can get a little confusing. It follows two main families that live on estates in the country. My friend did suggest to look up a family tree to help understand the story and connects better. I would highly recommend to do this since there are 2 separate Catherines and a lot of marriages between the two families. The characters are not very likeable. I found all the characters annoying and hated them at least once throughout the story.

I loved this story, however some parts did seem a little drawn out to me. I seem to feel this way at least once while reading most classics though. There was also a part in the book towards the beginning where supernatural things are occuring. Yet this is never really mentioned or explained later on in the story which was a little confusing. I also could not really understand what the house hand was saying. I know that it shows that he was uneducated but I had to read what he was saying 4 times to try and understand what he was saying.

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Keep Reading, Tara. 

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